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  • 1. Art of Ancient Greece: Geometric-Archaic
    Reading:
    Stokstad, 101-119
    Range:
    900-500 BCE
    Geometric, Orientalizing and Archaic
    Terms/Concepts:
    Doric, Ionic, architrave, frieze, porch, pronaos, naos, cella, peristyle, stereobate, stylobate, colonade, triglyph, metope, capital, echinus, abacus, drum, volute, continuous frieze, shaft, flute, archaic smile, canon of proportions, symposium, krater, amphora.
    Monument List:
    • Terracotta Krater, Geometric Greek, 750-700 BCE
    • 2. Olpe (Pitcher), Corinth Orientalizing Period, 650-625 BCE.
    • 3. Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece, Archaic, c. 500 BCE.
    • 4. Metropolitan Kouros, Attica, Archaic, c. 600 BCE
    • 5. AnavysosKouros, Cemetery at Anavysos, near Athens, c. 530 BCE
  • Chronological Overview & Cultural Connections
  • 6. Chronological Overview & Cultural Connections
  • 7. Overview of Periods
    Geometric c. 900-700 BCE
    Orientalizing c. 700-600 BCE
    Archaic c. 600-480 BCE
  • 8. Mycenae
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. Terracotta Krater, Dipylon Cemetery, Greece, Geometric Greek, 750-700 BCE
  • 13. Terracotta Krater, DipylonCemetary, Greece, Geometric Greek, 750-700 BCE
  • 14.
  • 15. Corinth
    Trade, Intellectual Exchange
    Trade, Intellectual Exchange
  • 16. Varieties of Domestic and Foreign Animals
    Rosettes
    Blocks of Color
    Black Figure Technique
    Olpe(Pitcher), Corinth Orientalizing Period, 650-625 BCE.
  • 17. Goats/Ibexes
    Lions
    *Others include: dogs, rams, rabbits, sphinxes, griffons, etc.
    Deer
    Panthers
    Boars
    Geese
    Bulls
    Olpe(Pitcher), Corinth Orientalizing Period, 650-625 BCE.
  • 18.
  • 19. Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece, Archaic, c. 500 BCE.
  • 20. Temple
    Altar
  • 21. Colonade/Peristyle
    Opisthodomos
    Cella or Naos
    Pronaos
    Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece, Archaic, 500 BCE
  • 22.
  • 23. Doric Order
  • 24.
  • 25. Doric Vs. Ionic
    Continuous Frieze
    Triglyphs and Metopes
    Volutes
    Echinus
    Base
    No Base
  • 26.
  • 27. East
    West
  • 28. Metropolitan Kouros, Attica, Archaic, c. 600 BCE
  • 29. The Berlin Kore, Cemetery at Keratea, near Athens, Archaic, 570-560 BCE
  • 30. Mentuemhet, Egyptian Prince, Late Period, c. e. 6th century.
    Metropolitan Kouros, Archaic, 600 BCE
  • 31.
  • 32. AnavysosKouros, Cemetery at Anavysos, near Athens, c. 530 BCE
  • 33. PeplosKore, Acropolis, Athens, Archaic, c. 530 BCE
  • 34. Archaic Smile
  • 35. A Turning Point
    Kritios Boy, Athenian Acropolis, Early Classical, c. 480 BCE
  • 36.
  • 37. Critical Thinking Questions
    What is the “Archaic Smile?” What purposes may it have served?
    What are the differences between the Doric and Ionic Orders? Be able to cite examples.
    What are some similarities between Mycenaean art and Geometric art? What are some differences?
    What changes do you see in the treatment of the human form in life size statuary from the beginning to the end of the Archaic period?
    Why is it problematic to call the Archaic period “archaic”? Why did 19th-century art historians use this term?

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